Streaming Round Up

Streaming Round Up.

Here are a few tasty streams for you to hit the play button on, and a couple to download too.

First, some new blissed-out, hypnotic psychedelia from White Fence who have a new three track single out titled Green Balloon via Sexbeat Records in Europe – limited to 500 vinyl copies, and we’ve just pre-ordered one of them…


Next up is the altogether more aggressive and fractured punk beats of Death Grips. I’ve Seen Footage is another taste of critically acclaimed new album The Money Store which is released today.


Much like Clockwork Era who create a bone-shaking noise all of their own, one that spits out bile through disillusioned post-punk sensibilities and jagged riff-laden buzz-saw guitars, crunching drums and incessant repetitive mantra-like vocals.  War, social commentary, lies and paranoia are all delivered with vitriol, resentment and anger. This is the title track from new EP Fear Inside, released yesterday. Marvellous!


Los Angeles quartet Henry Clay People will release their new album Twenty-Five for the Rest of Our Lives on June 26th via TBD Records. A thrilling and sweaty thirty minutes of teenage restlessness, quarter-life malaise, and adult resignation. The new album sees not only the return of the band’s original line up, but the band rediscovering and redefining their punky roots, allowing them to craft their most urgent, bratty, and melancholic record to date. Have a listen to the title track.


Resurrecting the licks and the gravely tones of America’s garage rock scene and uniting it with English raw appeal and psychedelic undertones, Black Manila are a new name to us, but one we’re liking a lot. They have an excellent new single Fiasco coming out on 30th April which you can listen to below and why not also download yourself a copy of Hazy Daze too.


We posted about upstart rockers Broken Hands recently and If You Need To Lie, released on the 28th of May on 7″ & download, is their new single.


Changing pace with the welcome return of Sonny & The Sunsets. This is Pretend You Love Me, a wonderfully sprawling country-tinged taster track of psych-pop from new album Longtime Companion.


Indie-folk and pop princess Fiona Apple has a new album due in mid-June. It is the extremely lengthily titled The Idler Wheel Is Wiser Than The Driver Of The Screw, And Whipping Cords Will Serve You More Than Ropes Will Ever Do and this track will be the first single from it, called Every Single Night.


With a strong contender for artwork of the year so far, Black Seas are a mysterious band from South London with an impressively operatic and extravagant pop sound – take a listen to the aptly titled Trembling.


And lastly, Fractures mine the same rich seam of indie rock as Oasis did, but thankfully without the ego and bluster – the result is the rather good debut single Ride.


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